“Incredibles 2” Holds On To The Number 2 Spot At The Box Office With $45 Million

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Incredibles 2 remained at the number 2 spot at the US box office this weekend, bringing in $45.5 million, and making it’s domestic box office total $439.7 million. Overseas, Incredibles 2 brought in an estimated $72 million, bringing it’s international box office total to $207 million. Globally, Incredibles 2 has made $646.8 million at the worldwide box office.

Meanwhile, Solo: A Star Wars Story fell to 9th place, and brought in $2 million this weekend at the US box office, bringing it’s domestic total to $207 million. Overseas, Solo made $11 million, bringing it’s international total to $162 million. So far, Solo has made $369 million at the worldwide box office. Rumor has it that Solo will make it’s way to home video this September.

Avengers: Infinity War fell to 12th place at the US box office and brought in $1.4 million, bringing it’s domestic box office total to $673 million. We are still waiting for the overseas numbers for Infinity War and will update the site as soon as the information is available. Rumor has it that Infinity War will make it’s way home this coming August. Update: Infinity War brought in $3 million internationally over the weekend, bringing it’s international total to $1.364 billion. So far, Infinity War has a global box office total of $2.037 billion.

This coming weekend, Ant-Man And The Wasp will open with a projected US box office of $75 million.

Source: Box Office Mojo

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